Robert C. Yan is an attorney in the firm’s bankruptcy practice group where he concentrates in business restructurings, reorganizations, workouts and assisting financially distressed parties. He represents corporate debtors, committees, landlords, purchasers of assets and secured and unsecured creditors in a wide range of bankruptcy matters and contexts, including the retail, healthcare and hospitality industries, among others. Rob also regularly defends parties in preference and fraudulent conveyance and transfer actions.
How do you help clients through the legal process?
It’s important to help the client understand what their legal options are, to explain the potential risks that may be involved in each scenario and to maintain communication and accessibility during the process. We work to find the best strategy and approach given the client’s specific situation.
“Success is identifying the best solution and achieving results for the client.”
What makes Farrell Fritz successful?
The firm’s attorneys have a rare combination of in-depth knowledge and approachability. We take the time to listen to the issues and match those to the expertise that exists throughout the firm’s diverse practice areas. We are a fairly large firm compared to others on Long Island and have earned a reputation for the expertise of our attorneys. We are also well-regarded in the region for our commitment to the community.
What are some ways the firm is active in the community?
Many attorneys here are involved quite a bit, whether it’s service on a board or volunteering with a local community organization. The firm frequently sponsors and participates in charitable events and encourages charitable activity from its attorneys. Everyone here is on the same page, committed to giving back where we can, when we can and however we can, whether it’s in a personal or professional capacity. We are always looking to help out others.